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apvlv — PDF/DJVU/UMD/HTML/TXT viewer with vim-like behaviour
apvlv [options] [file]
apvlv is a PDF/DJVU/UMD/HTML/TXT viewer, which behaves like vim.
-c file Load configuration from file instead of the default ~/.apvlvrc -h Show help message and exit -v Show version and exit
The following command keys can be used inside apvlv. Some of them may be prefixed by a number (as in pressing "13G"), this is indicated by a count in their description. Unless noted otherwise, the default value for the number is 1. o Display file chooser to open a PDF/DJVU/UMD/HTML/TXT file O Select a directory to display t Display file chooser to open a PDF/DJVU/UMD/HTML/TXT file in a new tab T Select a directory to display in a new tab R Reload the current file r Rotate the document clockwise by 90 degrees G Show page number count gt Show next tab gT Show previous tab PageDown, C-f Go forward count pages PageUp, C-b Go backward count pages C-d Go forward count half pages C-u Go backward count half pages H Scroll to page head M Scroll to page middle L Scroll to page bottom s skip some pages count C-p, Up, k Scroll up count units C-n, Down, h Scroll down count units Backspace, Left, h Scroll left count units Space, Right, l Scroll right count units / string Search forwards for string ? string Search backwards for string f Toggle between fullscreen and window mode zi Zoom in zo Zoom out zw Zoom to fit window width zh Zoom to fit window height m char Mark the current position to char, so that it can be recalled by pressing char ' char Return to the mark position char '' Return to the last position q Close the current window v Select a area C-v Select a rectangle area y copy the select area text to clipboard
These can be set in ~/.apvlvrc with "set setting [= value]". fullscreen = yes/no Enable/Disable fullscreen width = int Default window width height = int Default window height defaultdir = path Default directory for the open dialogue zoom = mode Set default zoom level normal The application sets the default zoom value fitwidth Fit pages to window width fitheight Fit pages to window height float 1.0 for 100%, 2.0 for 200%, etc. content = yes/no Show content view first continuous = yes/no Show PDF/DJVU/UMD/HTML/TXT pages continuously or not. continuouspad = int Padding between pages for continuous = yes autoscrollpage = yes/no Enable/Disable scrolling the pages when hitting a page tail/head noinfo = yes/no Disable/Enable the usage of ~/.apvlvinfo pdfcache = int Set pdf cache size [no]cache Disable/Enable cache scrollbar = yes/no Set show scrollbar or not visualmode = yes/no Set use visual mode to select and copy text or not wrapscan = yes/no Set wrapscan to search text or not doubleclick = action Set default double click action none Selection nothing word Selection a word under the curcor to clipboard line Selection a line under the curcor to clipboard page Selection a page under the curcor to clipboard guioptions = m/T/mT Weather display menu, toolbar or mean and toolbar. autoreload = int If auto reload document after some seconds inverted = yes/no If use inverted mode for pdf page
Like the COMMANDS, but prefixed with a colon: :h[elp] Display the help document :h[elp] info Display the help document (section "introduction") :h[elp] command Display the help document (section "command") :h[elp] setting Display the help document (section "setting") :h[elp] prompt Display the help document (section "prompt") :q[uit] Close the current window :o[pen] file Open file :doc file Load file into the current window :TOtext [file] Translate file (or the current page) to a text file :pr[int] Print the current document :tabnew Create a new tab :sp Horizontally split the current window :vsp Vertically split the current window :fp, :forwardpage [int] Go forward int pages (1 by default) :bp, :prewardpage [int] Go backward int pages (1 by default) :g, :goto int Go to page int :z[oom] mode Set zoom to mode (see "set zoom" in SETTINGS) :int Go to page int
apvlv was written by Alf <firstname.lastname@example.org>. This manual page was originally written by Stefan Ritter <email@example.com> for the Debian project (but may be used by others), and was rewritten more beautifully by Daniel Friesel <firstname.lastname@example.org>.